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Stoichiometry of soil enzyme activity at global scale
RL Sinsabaugh, CL Lauber, MN Weintraub, B Ahmed, SD Allison, ...
Ecology letters 11 (11), 1252-1264, 2008
21942008
Linking microbial community composition to function in a tropical soil
MP Waldrop, TC Balser, MK Firestone
Soil biology and biochemistry 32 (13), 1837-1846, 2000
8192000
Metagenomic analysis of a permafrost microbial community reveals a rapid response to thaw
R Mackelprang, MP Waldrop, KM DeAngelis, MM David, KL Chavarria, ...
Nature 480 (7377), 368-371, 2011
7672011
Nitrogen deposition modifies soil carbon storage through changes in microbial enzymatic activity
MP Waldrop, DR Zak, RL Sinsabaugh, M Gallo, C Lauber
Ecological applications 14 (4), 1172-1177, 2004
5352004
Multi-omics of permafrost, active layer and thermokarst bog soil microbiomes
J Hultman, MP Waldrop, R Mackelprang, MM David, J McFarland, ...
Nature 521 (7551), 208-212, 2015
5042015
Vulnerability of high‐latitude soil organic carbon in North America to disturbance
G Grosse, J Harden, M Turetsky, AD McGuire, P Camill, C Tarnocai, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 116 (G4), 2011
4802011
Evolutionary-economic principles as regulators of soil enzyme production and ecosystem function
SD Allison, MN Weintraub, TB Gartner, MP Waldrop
Soil enzymology, 229-243, 2011
4512011
Abundance of microbial genes associated with nitrogen cycling as indices of biogeochemical process rates across a vegetation gradient in Alaska
DG Petersen, SJ Blazewicz, M Firestone, DJ Herman, M Turetsky, ...
Environmental microbiology 14 (4), 993-1008, 2012
4332012
Extracellular enzyme activities and soil organic matter dynamics for northern hardwood forests receiving simulated nitrogen deposition
RL Sinsabaugh, ME Gallo, C Lauber, MP Waldrop, DR Zak
Biogeochemistry 75, 201-215, 2005
4332005
Microbial community response to nitrogen deposition in northern forest ecosystems
MP Waldrop, DR Zak, RL Sinsabaugh
Soil Biology and Biochemistry 36 (9), 1443-1451, 2004
3852004
Microbial community utilization of recalcitrant and simple carbon compounds: impact of oak-woodland plant communities
MP Waldrop, MK Firestone
Oecologia 138, 275-284, 2004
3602004
Expert assessment of vulnerability of permafrost carbon to climate change
EAG Schuur, BW Abbott, WB Bowden, V Brovkin, P Camill, JG Canadell, ...
Climatic Change 119, 359-374, 2013
3522013
Response of microbial community composition and function to soil climate change
MP Waldrop, MK Firestone
Microbial ecology 52, 716-724, 2006
3422006
Potential carbon emissions dominated by carbon dioxide from thawed permafrost soils
C Schädel, MKF Bader, EAG Schuur, C Biasi, R Bracho, P Čapek, ...
Nature climate change 6 (10), 950-953, 2016
3312016
Resource availability controls fungal diversity across a plant diversity gradient
MP Waldrop, DR Zak, CB Blackwood, CD Curtis, D Tilman
Ecology Letters 9 (10), 1127-1135, 2006
3292006
Relationships between protein-encoding gene abundance and corresponding process are commonly assumed yet rarely observed
JD Rocca, EK Hall, JT Lennon, SE Evans, MP Waldrop, JB Cotner, ...
The ISME journal 9 (8), 1693-1699, 2015
3132015
Short‐term response of methane fluxes and methanogen activity to water table and soil warming manipulations in an Alaskan peatland
MR Turetsky, CC Treat, MP Waldrop, JM Waddington, JW Harden, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 113 (G3), 2008
2932008
Integrating microbial ecology into ecosystem models: challenges and priorities
KK Treseder, TC Balser, MA Bradford, EL Brodie, EA Dubinsky, VT Eviner, ...
Biogeochemistry 109, 7-18, 2012
2832012
Altered utilization patterns of young and old soil C by microorganisms caused by temperature shifts and N additions
MP Waldrop, MK Firestone
Biogeochemistry 67 (2), 235-248, 2004
2832004
Large loss of CO2 in winter observed across the northern permafrost region
SM Natali, JD Watts, BM Rogers, S Potter, SM Ludwig, AK Selbmann, ...
Nature Climate Change 9 (11), 852-857, 2019
2762019
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